Silky Silk Route
Breath in the Lama Land - Gangtok
Gangtok: Every homecoming is more than just a vacation!
6 Astonishingly Remote Places In India Where Even Indians Cannot Go Without A Permit
Time for many firsts - Girls Trip to the North-East India
India- Bangladesh border, Eskon temple Teesta River , Rangpo River, Pelling, Sangachoeling Monastery, Namchi ,Kanchendzonga Falls, Singshore Bridge Tsomgo (Changu) Lake Tea gardens starting block for most Northeast Elephant Falls, Shillong Peak, Umiam Lake Nohkalikai Waterfalls, Single Decker Living Root Bridge, Nohsngithiang Falls, Mawsmai Cave Dawki River, Border of India Cleanest village in Asia...
The Sikkim Sojourn
Sikkim Trip | Two days in the heavenly himalayan destination
Sikkim : The land of Mystic beauty
Splendours Of Sikkim- Exploring North And East Sikkim
The Proposal Ride
Trail of Teesta: Gangtok, Nathula, Darjeeling
"Sikkim" I believe,a place closer to Shangri La and a place always will be close to my heart.I been to 'Sikkim' several times already and whenever I started feeling restless or laid back from the hustle bustle of city-life,Sikkim has become my savior due to several reasons.One major reason,there is Himalaya with abundance of natural beauty,majestic view of Kanchenjunga,unique calmness in the weather, warm hearted,friendly 'Sikkimese' people and mouthwatering momos....
Our 4th Wedding Anniversary Motorcycle trip to Darjeeling and Southeast Sikkim
A love trip to Zuluk, Nathang through the zigzag roads!
Sikkim - Truly Heaven!
Siliguri: At the foothills of the Himalayas
Sikkim Diaries-I The Road North
Into a cab, then Sevoke, then Rangpo at Sikkim border and beyond.Days would be short in November, and as we approached Gangtok by the last light of dusk, the drizzle turned into a downpour and hung like an ominous sword over the itinerary in our heads and by late evening, we stood with wet backpacks on the charming MG Road.The road trip up to Lachen in North Sikkim would be up and running the next day provided weather gods gave a clear pass.Those who have walked the mountains will understand that weather can make or break a trip up there, and it is something that can change at the drop of the traveler’s hat....